Last night I went to a photography 101 workshop taught by my friend, the oh-so-talented Jules Bianchi. (That's her, sitting in my kitchen sink while shooting our family photos in December. You should see this girl twist and turn to get the good shot.) I do not want to be a photographer, but I would like to take better pictures.
It was a great evening, and her instruction was simple enough for a beginner like me, while still covering the basics of what makes a good photograph. You can buy a DVD of her workshop by clicking here.
Remember how I'm all about remodels and taking things one at a time? It's all part of the same puzzle, really. Organized, open spaces make me physically feel better. I'm tackling things one space at a time at home.
Of course, just an old-fashioned kick-in-the-pants will do the trick, too.
I see books like this, and believe the world is a beautiful place.
And then see a fabulous tutorial for the sort of project I wanted to do for over the master bed anyway.
We have a fairly relaxed weekend planned before our lives positively blow up into craziness next week.
Happy weekend, HH readers!